From Eliza Moorhouse's story of an unscrupulous Hong Kong opium dealer to Crad Kilodney's sly send-up of noir conventions about a man who did not "awaken in a strange hotel room, with an empty bottle on the floor and beautiful woman asleep beside him," Iced: The New Noir Anthology of Cold, Hard Fiction showcases the best recent work in the genre. Edited by noir writers Kerry J. Schooley and Peter Sellers, the book features both established and up-and-coming Canadian writers. Copyright 2002 Cahners Business Information.
Kerry Schooley lives and writes in Hamilton, Ontario. His noir fiction has been published in numerous magazines and an anthology of short mystery fiction. He hosts a Web site: www.murderoutthere.com. Peter Sellers is an award-winning writer who founded and edited the critically acclaimed Cold Blood anthology series. In 2001, Sellers won the Ellery Queen Readers Award for his story "Avenging Miriam." He lives in Toronto, Ontario.